1. Chicago Bulls: 2-0 Since Trade Deadline, Fluke or Sign?

    The Cleveland Cavaliers have lost two in a row since acquiring Antawn Jamison, while the Chicago Bulls have won two in a row since the trade deadline. This is thanks in large part to newly acquired players, Flip Murray and Hakim Warrick...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 488 reads 17 comments

  2. The Chicago White Sox Five Greatest Postseason Performances Ever

    110 years, nine playoff appearances, seven American League pennants, three World Series titles all wrapped into five performances. The games are different, the stadiums are different, the uniforms are different, but the performances remain impressive...

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  3. MLB: 2005 Chicago White Sox Five Greatest Postseason Performances

    The White Sox have had very limited postseason performances and really the only great ones came in 2005. Besides for Dewayne Wise's three-run home run game against the Rays in the 2008 ALDS, which Javier Vazquez promptly gave right back, and...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 2,231 reads 2 comments

  4. Chicago Bulls Officially Trade Salmons to Bucks and Tyrus Thomas to Bobcats

    After the Chicago Bulls officially traded John Salmons to Milwaukee for the expiring contracts of Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander on Thursday, the Bulls have traded Tyrus Thomas to the Charlotte ...

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  5. NBA Trade News: Chicago Bulls Send John Salmons To Milwaukee

    The Chicago Bulls did indeed hold John Salmons out of Wednesday's game against the New York Knicks for a reason. The Bulls have traded the shooting guard to the Milwaukee Bucks for Kurt Thomas ...

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  6. Chicago White Sox: One DH, Two DH, Red DH, Blue DH

    The Chicago White Sox have many options at the DH spot this season And although none of them are Red or Blue, Dr. Seuss would agree Ozzie Guillen has many options, including Andruw...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 339 reads 11 comments

  7. Chicago Bulls: The Quest To Finish Above .500

    Let's say this Chicago Bulls' team stays the way it is, even though they need to get rid of at least one of their big contracts to be a player in 2010. The Bulls are going to need a lot to go right in order to achieve anything other than an eighth seed...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 313 reads 2 comments

  8. Chicago Bulls Who Should Be on Your Fantasy Team

    With everyone throwing around trade ideas for the Chicago Bulls—which are borderline fairy tales involving Lebron James, Dwyane Wade or Chris Bosh—let's take a look at the top Bulls players in fairy tale basketball: fantasy basketball...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 280 reads 2 comments

  9. Is Frank Thomas a First Ballot Hall of Famer? Let the Debate Begin

    Yes. Yes. Yes. All of the above. Pick one. The question is whether or not Frank Thomas is a first ballot Hall of Famer...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 1,203 reads 38 comments

  10. Chicago Bulls: Welcome Back to Reality

    After a record-breaking road trip that saw the Chicago Bulls become the only team ever to win five road games in a row against winning teams, the Bulls have come back to reality and, more importantly, mediocrity...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 406 reads 9 comments

  11. It's Never Too Early For Fantasy Baseball Talk, Nerds: Guide to 2010

    I truly hate the fact that no matter what the situation in baseball news, I associate everything with fantasy baseball. Most of the time, I want to shove myself into a locker and steal my own lunch money after thinking these thoughts...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 275 reads 7 comments

  12. Scientists Ask McGwire, "Where's The Roid Rage, Mark?" (Satire)

    Scientists are questioning the confession of steroid use by Mark McGwire based on the fact he "cries like a little girl all the time."McGwire even cried during his confession to Bob Costas for the MLB Network...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 298 reads 2 comments

  13. Mark McGwire: Another Liar Forced To Confess

    And the truth shall set you free...but only tell it when your back is against the wall. It is fascinating how baseball players each talk about how hard it was to hold in their secret of taking ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 454 reads 3 comments

  14. Chicago Bears Week Whatever: It's Finally Over

    When starting this segment, I was hoping to possibly document history in the making with this Bears team...or at least the playoffs...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 272 reads 5 comments

  15. Arenas Finds Crossbow Outside Locker, Laughs Hysterically (Satire)

    In what has become a running joke amongst the Washington Wizards, Gilbert Arenas found a crossbow outside his locker this morning. Arenas, unlike on-looking reporters, thought it was hilarious...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 485 reads 0 comments

  16. Chicago Bears Week(s) Whatever: A Tale of Two Teams

    I simply did not write an article after the Baltimore Ravens 31-7 shellacking of the Chicago Bears last week because I would not know how to put that game into a decent amount of words. It was a shellacking...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 352 reads 7 comments

  17. Cincinnati Bengals: A Brief Storybook Ending to a Tragedy

    When anyone dies unexpectedly, it hurts. But when that person is 26 years old, it not only hurts, but begs the question: "What if?" What would that man have accomplished had he not gone so ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about almost 5 years ago 354 reads 2 comments

  18. Chicago Bears Week Whatever: Who Cares What We Learned?

    Another week, another batch of unwanted gifts in the form of lessons from the Chicago Bears. However, even with new findings surfacing, the Bears used an old formula of starting slow before ...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 296 reads 8 comments

  19. Silent No More: A Declaration for the Forgotten MLB Teams

    I try to keep it to myself. I try to just let it slide. I try to just move on and say, "They will do better next time." Unfortunately, they never do better...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 219 reads 2 comments

  20. Fighting Illini Beat Vanderbilt with Best Two Halves of the Season

    The Fighting Illini put together their best two halves of the season to beat 24th-ranked Vanderbilt 79-68 Tuesday night in Champaign. Illinois (7-2) never trailed at any point in the game, leading by as many as 16 to push their record to 6-0 at home...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 12 reads 0 comments

  21. Chicago Bears Week Whatever: Who Cares What We Learned?

    The Chicago Bears should be proud. The Bears brought an end to their four-game losing streak...beating one of the worst teams in football...barely. The Bears have taught us that even in winning you can look awful...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 413 reads 6 comments

  22. Chicago Bears Week Whatever: Who Cares What We Learned?

    I began writing this segment hoping the Bears would actually learn something from themselves and show some progress in the season toward, not necessarily the Super Bowl as genius Sports Illustrated predicted, but at least competing...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 389 reads 9 comments

  23. Hey Grady, Pass the Coffee: Folgers Suing Sizemore for Nude Pics (Satire)

    Folgers Coffee is suing Grady Sizemore for taking racy photos with the product under no contract with the company. "If he's going to take pictures, nude or not, with our product then we want to make some marketing points with that," a Folgers CEO said.

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 1,484 reads 4 comments

  24. Jimmy Clausen Punches Own Face, Notre Dame Enters Top 25 Boxing Poll (Satire)

    In an attempt to avoid losing to another school people forgot had a football team, Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen was seen punching himself in the face outside a bar at 2 a.m. It was the best use of his arm Notre Dame fans have seen all season...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 1,425 reads 20 comments

  25. Week Ten: What We Learned about the Chicago Bears...We Aren't Thankful for Them.

    Just like the Chicago Bears, I press on with my mistake rather than fixing it and continue to headline my articles a week behind due to forgetting the bye week many moons ago...

    Chris Murphy Written by Chris Murphy about 5 years ago 190 reads 4 comments